Traditional Chinese Medicine has been developed over thousands of years and uses ideas and methods that have no contemporary equivalent. The body is treated as a whole with special attention paid to the interactions of the different organs and functional systems. Treatments typically include acupuncture, massage, and herbal medicines.
In adition to preventetive medicine and stress reduction, many acute conditions can be effectively treated including allergies, headaches and migraines, arthritis, back and other chronic pain, fatique, anxiety, insomnia, carpel tunnel syndrome, the common cold and other illnesses.
Acupuncture is a procedure that uses very thin, sterile needles inserted into many carefully selected parts of the body to treat illnesses. Acupuncture needles are much smaller in diameter than injection needles and cause virtually no discomfort.
is a supplement to acupuncture which focuses on accupressure points. Through rolling, kneading, rubbing, and pressing specific parts of the body patients will experience relaxation and relief.
Herbal Medicine is the use of natural herbs, roots, and teas combined in a careful manner for each patient's unique condition and needs.